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Unknown sendmail messages

Unknown sendmail messages

Unknown sendmail messages

(OP)
I keep getting these strange sendmail related messages that I have no idea if anything is wrong ort how to fix it. Can anyone give me an idea asto what the message below means and how to fix it if anything is wrong please? Thanks in advance.
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Dec 19 14:57:35 oecsict sendmail[18660]: [ID 801593 mail.crit] gBJ9CZJ18483: SYSERR(root): Cannot bind to map mail.alias

es in domain digiceljamaica.com: can't communicate with ypbind: No such file or directory

The ONE ( HP-UX + Solaris + AIX + Tru64 = Unix)

RE: Unknown sendmail messages

sendmail is trying to access an nis based alias map.  If you aren't using nis, you can disable it in the /etc/nsswitch.conf file by removing the nis reference on the alias line.

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Andy
http://www.nachoz.com

RE: Unknown sendmail messages

(OP)
Thanks.

The ONE ( HP-UX + Solaris + AIX + Tru64 = Unix)

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